Tag Archives: Brinsley Schwarz

BRINSLEY SCHWARZ’s Entire Output To Be Boxed Up

September 29, 2023

Perhaps, it’s not too easy to explain the sonic concept of pub-rock, yet why try to if one can simply put on any platter by BRINSLEY SCHWARZ? Unpretentiousness is rarely as impressively infectious as in this British band’s songs – … Continue reading

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BRINSLEY SCHWARZ Raid Their Archives

April 12, 2021

Long inactive, for many BRINSLEY SCHWARZ remain paragons of British pub rock, and public interest to this collective doesn’t ever seem to wane. Not so long ago, the release of their lost album displayed the depth of the ensemble’s archives, … Continue reading

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BRINSLEY SCHWARZ – Live Favourites

July 9, 2018

Vogon 2018 Rare on-stage document from simpler times when entertainment allowed itself to be carelessly topical and dangerously catchy. As the genre’s title suggests, pub-rock bands’ natural habitat was not in the studio but in front of the audience; the … Continue reading

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April 12, 2017

Mega Dodo 2017 Swan song that wasn’t delivered: pub rock paragons knock on the doors of posterity but have their rap unheard. “It’s All Over Now” was a fitting title for the album BRINSLEY SCHWARZ got in the can back in 1974 in … Continue reading

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BRINSLEY SCHWARZ Release Their Lost Record

January 27, 2017

“It’s All Over Now” was a fitting title for an album BRINSLEY SCHWARZ recorded back in 1974 in their last, desperate attempt to crack America. That didn’t happen, though, as the record didn’t make it to release and the group folded soon after, … Continue reading

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